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and the pinkerton boys. a labor dispute has once again taught americans about the irreplaceable value of working men and women. >> chicago standoff. teachers now say they will not be back today as their strike enters its second week. >> jon: not that labor dispute. (laughter) irreplaceable working men! not lazy public sector-- fattened on gift apples and lounging in their faculty lounges with their chalky fingers and mugs! (laughter) all of which proclaim they to be the world's greatest teacher! there can be only one! (laughter) (cheers and applause) i think i pulled an about mall mull. (laughter) i'm talking about real workers! >> 2,000 workers in china took to the streets. foxconn has faced charges of poor working conditions, low pay and mandatory overtime in the past. the factory that was the site of riots reportedly makes cases for the iphone 5. >> jon: oh, fruit, you can't escape my blades of ninja. (laughter) oh, fruit you are no-- (laughter). sorry, you was just playing fruit ninja who-- whoever makes these does an awesome job. i hope they're well paid. (laughter) what are we talking about? y
has once again taught americans about the irreplaceable value of working men and women. >> chicago standoff. teachers now say they will not be back today as their strike enters its second week. >> jon: not that labor dispute. (laughter) irreplaceable working men! not lazy public sector-- fattened on gift apples and lounging in their faculty lounges with their chalky fingers and mugs! (laughter) all of which proclaim they to be the world's greatest teacher! there can be only one! (laughter) (cheers and applause) i think i pulled an about mall mull. (laughter) i'm talking about real workers! >> 2,000 workers in china took to the streets. foxconn has faced charges of poor working conditions, low pay and mandatory overtime in the past. the factory that was the site of riots reportedly makes cases for the iphone 5. >> jon: oh, fruit, you can't escape my blades of ninja. (laughter) oh, fruit you are no-- (laughter). sorry, you was just playing fruit ninja who-- whoever makes these does an awesome job. i hope
much irreplacable. had it for 20 some years. jeep, gcj7. it was -- you know everybody else it's nothing but to me it's my -- what i -- i enjoy it, it's my hobby. >> lot of damage there. the suspect lives in the area where the fires happened. >>> health officials confirm another case of west nile virus pushing the number of cases in that county to three. crews sprayed for mosquitoes that transmit the virus earlier this week. there have been 25 cases and two deaths. west nile can be hard to find because the symptoms look like the flu but in more severe cases people have extreme stiffness and other problems. >>> it's a done deal. rg steel mill now belongs to the hilco company, best known for liquid ating properties but today they want to find someone to runt. they bought it for 7 2.5 million dollars. that sounds like a lot bust four years ago rg bought it for $810 million. >>> coming up, anger spreading, protests growing over a video hard line muslims say be littles their prophet. >>> more chanting more fires today as four patriots return home, victims of the violence from there. . and th
needs to step up. >> those guys are really irreplaceable. they bring the same type of demeanor to the came. you have guys for a reason, bringing up 53 guys, so the guys step in. i have most confidence in rob jackson, bringing back marcus white. allow him to get in there and pass rush. and him stepping up, jenkins stepping up with the defensive tackle spot, so we can continue to stop the run and put pressure on the quarterback. >> it's going to be a great game. a few hours later, ravens host new england. a rematch
oget out -- to get out the message the teams are ear replaceable -- irreplaceable. >> let us show the nation that we love our sports teams and we plan to keep them. >> the oakland teams spirit week coincide with the a's and the raiders playing this week. and in a few hours the city counsel will vote on a arena for the d-league team. today after meeting in closed session they decided to continue the public hearing in order to address neighbor's concerns. tonight's 7:00 p.m. hearing will be followed by a vote and if both pass the arena could potentially break ground tomorrow. >>> mcdonalds will start posting calorie counts on menus next week and that is ahead of rules that require that move. it requires chains with 20 or more locations to post calorie counts next year. mcdonalds is making the moves early. >>> a new iphone could put these in recycling bins. >> i am tracking a fog bank that is shrinking. i will be back here in a couple minutes and i will have the details for your city. 4#çÑÑevñmóñ >>> now that the new iphone is here, what happens to your old phone? that could le
the gene itself? >> eventually, yes. as time goes on, yes. >> does is the brain irreplaceable? >> you can't substitute it. there is no transplant. you can't transplant a brain. >> are you sure that won't happen some day? >> it won't. there is no way you could do that. it would be too difficult to imagine, but parts of brains could be put from one to another. if you did, you would transfer one personality to another personality. the personality is embedded in the brain. >> well, the brain, the biggest part of the head is about the size of the head, right? >> yes. >> what is the smallest part of the brain you could take out and put back in? >> you would want to take a part out that would be powerful, like the experiments where they have done implants of dopamine cells. there is an example. you take some cells in and put them into another brain. >> have you seen much stroke? >> yes. >> have you seen an increase in the incidence of stroke? >> strokes have decreased in incidence along with the decrease in hypertension and heart disease but it is still the third biggest killer in the united sta
't be replaced. >> the volkswagon do you know buggy. it is -- you -- it is pretty much irreplaceable. i had it for 20 some years, and a jeep, the jeep c.j. 7. i mean, it was -- you know, to everybody else it was nothing, but to me it is -- i enjoy it. it is my hobby. >> reporter: the baltimore county police say they found a man lying in the grass. we're told he lives in the area and they expect to file charges soon. the police say when they come across cases like this, they look at past charges to see if there pay be a connection. jo and an update now to breaking news we first brought you on abc 2 news at 11:00. two men were found shot in the arm near the intersection of northern parkway last night at about 10:00. the men are in their 20s and 40s and were taken to the hospital with knop-life- threatening injuries. the police say the shooting may have been drug related. they're still looking for a suspect. >>> new information tonight on a double murder in pikesville. the couple was found murdered in their home in the 600 block of the avenue. they wanted to speak with their grandson about tha
's irreplaceable. if you have the right team and you're willing to deal with volatility, which i am. >> hey, jim, are stocks genuinely mispriced? >> well, with hindsight, it was easier to say this was an opportunity. at the time it was 27 cents, it wasn't so clear. i think what you have to do is have a team that's willing to push through. knowing that some things are going to be out of your control. for an investor, you look at a company, you look at the team. >> you look at the management team? >> you look at the management team. and you look at the corp of the company and say are these people who are going to fight the way through it or are these people going to be renters? >> this is a heavily regulated business. president obama comes in. we had clinton come down hard on this business. >> it's a heavily regulated business because it provides an essential need for people. you can be comfortable operating in a regulatory environment if the core of your business is built on integrity. >> are you worried? maybe he's worried that republicans come in and it's a bad business. >> i don't think a need
's and raiders know they're irreplaceable and appreciated by residents. there will be tailgates, rallies and other activities. but first, the tailgate party at the coliseum. both the raiders and a's have been actively talking about moving. and the warriors are planning to move to san francisco when their lease is up in a few years. >>> and the 49ers moving to santa clara, even though their stadium is under construction, many of the faithful are already buying season tickets. in fact, no pro sports team has sold as many seats. fans have already bought up 670 million worth of seats and luxury boxings. they also say 70% of current ticket holders are spending thousands to keep their seats. >>> right now we want to check in with rob mayeda, and i hear there is a warmup coming up? >> yes, there could be 90s coming back to the bay area. a pretty strong seabreeze, and along the coastline, spilling in tonight. 60 around napa, fairfield, gusty winds, winds 15-20 miles an hour. west wind into san francisco, towards livermore, and by tomorrow morning we'll see areas of coastal fog and mists, and low
was irreplaceable. we renew our commitment to live lives worthy of their memory. and we pledge once again to do whatever it takes to keep americans safe from those who still wish to do us harm. >> it was 11 years ago today, on a crystal clear morning much like today, that terrorists attacked our nation. but their attack wasn't just on our planes, or our buildings. it was an attack against the american spirit. an assault on freedom and democracy. they were determined not only to take lives, but also to break our nation's will. but although the terrible violence of that day turned our world upside down it also reminded us of our collective strength and power. it brought us together as a nation in the fight against terror. in the years since we've crippled al qaeda, we've brought to justice the world's most dangerous terrorist, osama bin laden, and our nation has begun to heal from the ones of that devastating morning. but we will never forget that bright september morning. we will never forget the thousands of innocent souls lost in new york, pennsylvania and virginia. we will never forget the fi
, irreplaceable ship not preserved? and not even admiral halsey who rode enterprise as his flagship in 1942 was able to preserve her. since then other carriers have been preserved. we have the midway in san diego, the yorktown's been long, long time preserved in charleston, there's the hornet, intrepid, lexington. all those have been preserved. and it's certainly true that a majority of the enterprise veterans would have liked to have seen their ship preserved, but there are a few such as alvin kernan who was an air crewman of avenger torpedo bombers and became a very well-regarded ivy league author and instructor has said that he did not want to see his beloved ship basically turned into an amusement park. and i quote him in the book. he gives a heartfelt statement that he would not like to see soda fountains and spilled drinks and ice cream droppings and screaming kids running around and really it's hard to argue with that attitude. but to me, taking the longer view when the current generation of world war ii sailors is gone, all that would be left really is the ship, and i think it's a t
and preventing terrorism they're irreplaceable. >> are you kidding me? it's great. it's awesome. where do you get a partner that doesn't talk back to you? they respect you and they love you regardless. no, it's awesome. it's very rewarding. good girl, sweetie. >> reporter: g cases, catching criminals and building relationships that last. in front royal, beth parker, fox 5 news. >> speaking of super dogs, taking your dog for a walk has never been
of seniors throughout the united states, the uk and canada. that's something that's irreplaceable. working on a balance sheet, chipping away at it, if you have the right team and you're willing to livel with volatility, which for some strange reason my team and i are, we can. >> hey, jim, are stocks genuinely mispriced at times, mark? >> well, with hindsight, it was easier to say this was an opportunity. and at 27 cents people should have been a buyer. at the time it was 27 cents, it wasn't so clear. >> right. >> i think what you have to do is have a team that's willing to push through knowing that some things are going to be out of your control. i would say for an investor, you look at a company, you look at a team. >> you look at the management team? >> you look at the management team. and you look at what's at the core of this company and say are these people who are going to fight the way through it or are these people going to be renters? >> this is a heavily regulated business. a lot of people might think, don't take this job, 2008. president obama comes in. you had a democrat. we ha
and every one of them was irreplaceable. we renew our commitment to live our lives worthy of their memory. we pledged once again to do what it takes to keep americans saved from those who still wish to do us harm. >> it was 11 years ago today on a crystal clear morning much like today that terrorists attacked our nation. onir attack wasn't just airplanes, our buildings. it was an attack against the american spirit. an assault on freedom and democracy. they were determined to take lives and to break our nations will. all the violence turned our lives upside-down. it brought us together as a nation in the fight against terror. in the years since, we have crippled al qaeda. our nation has begun to heal. we will never forget the bright september morning. we will never forget the thousands of innocent souls lost in new york, pennsylvania, and virginia. we will not forget the rescue workers or the sacrifice of the brave men and women of our man's armed forces, state department, intelligence committee who have made the world safer. determination carry us through those dark days. we will not forg
offensive. they blew up irreplaceable aircraft, and it's because the president has consistently overruled the recommendations of his military advisors. the chickens are coming home to roost, and the president won't even talk about it. >> let me ask you two quick questions. one of them i just want to say cnn did not put out the ambassador's diary. we did a report off of it. i want to make that clear to our viewers. >> by the way, i don't have a problem with that. the reason why the administration objected so vigorously because what was in what cnn reported. since when are we not going to publish materials that probably would compromise to our enemies. >> let me ask you, peter king has called for ambassador rice to resign. do you agree? >> i they she's the messenger. i mean, for her to come out and say what she said, obviously, was total ignorance of the facts on the ground, which, by the way, is five days later. five days went by. think sent her out to say things that were false and continue to be so, and really either as i say willful ignorance or a biz mallack of knowledge of the facts.
and every one of them was irreplaceable. we renew our commitment to live lives worthy of their memory. and we pledge, once again, to do whatever it takes to keep america safe from those who still wish to do less -- us harm. >> it was 11 years ago today on the crystal clear morning, much like today, that terrorists attacked our nation. but the attack wasn't just when planes hit buildings, it was attack against the american spirit and the solemn freedom and democracy. they were determined not only to take lives, but also to break the nations will. although the terrible, why turned upside down it left a strength and power, it brought us together as a nation in the fight against terror. in the years since, we've crippled al qaeda. we've brought to justice the world's most dangerous terrorist, osama bin laden, and our nation has begun to heal from the devastating morning. but we will never forget that bright september morning. we will never forget the thousands of innocent souls lost in pennsylvania virginia and the workers living and dead who rushed into the twin towers knowing they might
instead isn't an option because of its fragile and irreplaceable tile shield. >> there's huge value in look at something that's genuine because it's inspiring and you know that everything that you see is there specifically for a reason. every scorch mark you see, every dent that you see, everything that is there is revealing what the orbiter did and why it did it. >> reporter: for "today," kristen dahlgren. >>> now to the emotional visit to this country by the nobel peace prize recipient, it was her first visit to the u.s. since being freed after years of house arrest. she sat down for a rare interview with nbc's ann curry. >> it is a privilege. and it is also very enjoyable. i like your president. >> did you ask him to lift economic sanctions on burma? >> i had already discussed this with the members of congress the previous day. >> would you like to see these economic sanctions lifted? >> yes. because i think that we must now learn to stand on our own feet and not depend on the sanctions to push us towards democracy. >> you have called democracy, though flawed, a beacon of hope. y
11 years ago. we testified to our shared belief that each and every one of them was irreplaceable. we renew our commitment to live our lives worthy of their memory. we pledged once again to do what it takes to keep americans saved from those who still wish to do us harm. >> it was 11 years ago today on a crystal clear morning much like today that terrorists attacked our nation. their attack wasn't just on airplanes, our buildings. it was an attack against the american spirit. an assault on freedom and democracy. they were determined to take lives and to break our nations will. all the violence turned our lives upside-down. it brought us together as a nation in the fight against terror. in the years since, we have crippled al qaeda. our nation has begun to heal. we will never forget the bright september morning. we will never forget the thousands of innocent souls lost in new york, pennsylvania, and virginia. we will not forget the rescue workers or the sacrifice of the brave men and women of our man's armed forces, state department, intelligence committee who have made the world safer
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